New suggestion regarding speech-dispatcher
chuckh at ftml.net
Wed Feb 21 16:14:56 EST 2007
What works best for me is just the opposite of what you have: namely,
minus five for speech-dispatcher, plus five for speechd-up.
On Wed, Feb 21, 2007 at 11:05:27AM -0700, Keith Hinton wrote:
> Could it perhaps be nice values?
> Speechd-up is set to minus five, on my computer. Speech-Dispatcher (though I have not looked yet) is probably set to nice plus five.
> These should work, but apparently:
> While running Speechd-up in GDB, I got speech to die. But speechd-up just stopped working normally, did not output anything to send to the developers of the software. I would like to find out what types of nice values some of you folks use. Speech-dispatcher and or at this point I no longer know if speechd-up itself is the cause, but speech-dispatcher appears to be what is breaking, something perhaps with it's C interface, I don'tk now anymore.
> The point is, what other types of nice values could I use, without maxing out the CPU's in my dual-core box?
> I'll chek back shortly, regards --Keith
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